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post #5991 of 28303
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Originally Posted by Magus2727 View Post
How much power does the pump pull? 1 amp? 2 amps? I think my header is only rated for 2 amps...

Also a side note about the BIOS thermal shutdown, I dont know about all MB but My Gigabyte has the option but comes disabled from the factory. so You manualy need to go in and configure the shutdown temp for the MB to actualy turn off at that temp.

Edit: So the H50 has the 4-pin PWM connection and with that you dont need to change the Smart CPU option? I am guessing this since it pulses the 12v inplace of droping the voltage to obtain different RPM's... and the Pump NEEDS 12V and not the 8 or 9 or what else it would try to give in the 3 pin configuration.
Your mobo will be fine with the pump plugged into the cpu fan header. On the 4-pin cpu fan header the 12v is constant. Speed is controlled by the pwm pin which is not used when you plug in a 3-pin connector. On chassis fan connectors it is possible to vary the voltage on the 12v pin to control fan speed.

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Originally Posted by Willhemmens View Post
I wouldnt trust that, some boards like mine will auto throttle 3 pin connectors as well as 4 pin unless set correctly.
Might be true on some. Always test before you assume it works. I also suspect that would not meet the Intel spec. I tested mine and it's as per the spec.

Edit 2: Added link to Intel spec.
Edited by looser101 - 3/22/10 at 10:30am
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post #5992 of 28303
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Might be true on some. Always test before you assume it works. I also suspect that would not meet the Intel spec. I tested mine and it's as per the spec.

Edit 2: Added link to Intel spec.
I've reset my bios before an them noticed the pump running at 800RPM and only 1400RPM under load.

I have lots of options for this sort of thing in my Bios, I find disabled works best anyway.
post #5993 of 28303
I wish I had a dual socket multi CPU board, so I could install 2 H50s and call it the boobie machine.

MY COMPUTER HAS DUAL WATER BOOBS!
    
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Correct me if I am wrong but if you plug a 3-pin into the MB with only the sense (yellow wire) it will still be able to know the speed of the fan right? or does it need the Ground wire also connected (is the MB grounded to chassie)?
The yellow wire is the RPM sensor. So, yes, you could do a split cable feeding power from a 3 to 4 adaptor and just the yellow wire going to the MB.
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I wish I had a dual socket multi CPU board, so I could install 2 H50s and call it the boobie machine.

MY COMPUTER HAS DUAL WATER BOOBS!
Shirley you jest.

And yes I just called you Shirley.
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post #5996 of 28303
Just to let you guys know:

I'm testing the Corsair H50 vs Noctua NH-D14

I'm currently in a quest to find out the best cooling solution without full watercooling.

http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...vs-noctua.html

Results will be posted this week!
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Just to let you guys know:

I'm testing the Corsair H50 vs Noctua NH-D14

I'm currently in a quest to find out the best cooling solution without full watercooling.

http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...vs-noctua.html

Results will be posted this week!
I had both and the H50 is better for me. Using the same fans. The NH-D14 is HUGE I hated how big it was.
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I had both and the H50 is better for me. Using the same fans. The NH-D14 is HUGE I hated how big it was.
You got better temps from the H50?
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Right now the size of the H50 is the large factor for me over other Air-Cooling. I dont know if the stress that the size of air cooler that is needed to be compared to the H50 is ideal for the Chip or the socket. if your Computer is going to sit in the same place for ever and never move then why not, but if you move your case around the Air-fans will put a lot of Torque on your CPU just due to the amount of weight and how far it is located from the CPU.
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Yes. Using my sig rig the H50 has been alot better compared to my NH-D14. I liked my Megahalems over the NH-D14 also. The D-14 for its size wasn't worth it IMO. The Mega was smaller and has better mounting for the same/close temps.
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